South Korean sensation BLACKPINK has successfully wrapped up their encore performances in four major North American cities, setting the stage for a grand finale in Seoul's Gocheok Dome.

According to their agency, YG Entertainment, on August 26th, BLACKPINK performed at the Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, a venue capable of accommodating approximately 51,000 attendees. This concert saw more than double the audience compared to their concert last November at LA's Bank of California Stadium, a testament to their soaring popularity.

Opening with the electrifying "Pink Venom," the quartet - consisting of Jennie, Lisa, Jisoo, and Rosé - dominated the stage for 115 minutes, delivering a series of mega-hits including "Whistle," "Lovesick Girls," and "Shut Down." Their fandom, known as BLINKs, responded with deafening cheers and sing-alongs, filling the stadium with palpable energy.

Each member showcased their unique charm with individual performances. Following Jisoo's "All Eyes On Me," which was unveiled in New Jersey on August 11th to commemorate BLACKPINK's 7th anniversary, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa also heated up the atmosphere with impeccable solo performances.

The concert was further elevated by the rich band sound that reverberated throughout the stadium. YG Entertainment's expertise in concert production was evident in the meticulous and vibrant stage effects, including colorful lighting, LED displays, and various special effects. The sea of pink light sticks, known as "pyongbongs," waved in unison, creating a mesmerizing spectacle.

Expressing gratitude, BLACKPINK shared, "It's hard to believe this is our last performance in North America. We're thankful to our members for being with us throughout this nearly year-long tour journey. Thanks to your support, we've had truly heartwarming moments. We'll cherish these memories forever."

The LA concert wasn't the only highlight. Firework displays in New Jersey and San Francisco left lasting impressions. In Las Vegas, the city was illuminated in pink lights in honor of their concert, drawing significant attention.

With nearly 230,000 attendees across their five North American encore tour performances, BLACKPINK made history. They became the first K-pop girl group to perform twice consecutively at MetLife Stadium and were the first global girl group to enter Allegiant Stadium, Oracle Park, and Dodger Stadium.

Having concluded their North American leg, BLACKPINK is now heading back to Seoul to kick off their 'BLACKPINK WORLD TOUR [BORN PINK].' Scheduled for September 16th and 17th, they are set to perform at the Gocheok Dome, becoming the first K-pop girl group to do so. This concert is anticipated to be the grand culmination of their world tour, which has already attracted approximately 1.75 million attendees, setting a new record for K-pop girl groups.